$1880 for a 96 5.2 Limited. In great condition with 185,000 on the clock.
I have had to do fluids all around, shocks, tune up, lower control arms, heated seats, the info center repair and windows... long story short everything works. I love it especially now that we have had 36 inches of snow fall so far. 249 T cases are absolutely great for snow. I have had several all wheel drive systems, Audi, Volvo and Subaru I think the Jeep is one of the best right there with Subaru.
I had it delivered to my house for $1,000. I was a filthy pig that was neglected, but in very good condition under the grime. It needed a $14 trans output seal and regular maintenance to daily drive. The rear end growled and it needed tlc but no rust anywhere. That was 4 years ago now.
1998 Laredo 4WD with 5.2 liter V8. I bought it new on July 24, 1998 for $29,789.55, which included tax and title. The sticker price after "regional and Jeep discounts" was $31,190.
Sure, it has had some of the typical issues along the way, but it has been a very, very good vehicle over the past 14 years. It is used as my winter vehicle and I drive it every day during the winter months. It just turned over 135K and I wouldn't hesitate to drive it anywhere in the USA. It still looks like it is only a few years old. I hope to get another 5 winters out of it!
Bought mine from original owner, 4 $800. Clean body and interior 2x4 241k, thinking I should have stuck with my original offer of $500, after fixing the odds and ends an still not finished., but is drivaeble at this time.
97 Laredo 5.2 with 140.000 and no problems for 350$ even though the asking price was 2,000 from a guy on Craigslist who just did me a favor seeing as I was only 14 and bought it myself. Still runs amazing 0 problems
600 dollars. 324k. One door is green and it had horrible 35mph DW. 400 dollars worth of steering components,6000 miles, and alot of fun have gone into it over the past 6 months. I'm at 330k, runs, drives, stops like new
92 xj on 235/75/15's. $2000 into a $400 dollar jeep.